There are only 3 simple steps:
    • Advice on Requirements:

      At Growbiz, we help you find exactly what you are looking for.
    • Document Drafting:

      The first well drafted document will be shared with you within 3 days.
    • Iterations:

      At Growbiz, we perform two rounds of iterations with no extra fees.

    What is a Legal Notice?

    A legal notice is a method of formal communication to a person/entity informing him that you are willing to take legal proceedings against him. Is is that step that is taken before filing a suit and letting the other party know that legal action could be taken against him/her if he fails to comply with the specified conditions. For example, if a legal notice is served upon a tenant of a landlord for non-payment of rent usually states that if the tenant fails to pay the outstanding amount by the specified that, legal action would be taken against him by the landlord.

    Process of Legal Notice

    2 Working Days:

    As soon as you send us your request, one of our representatives will get in touch with you to get your requirements on the right track. If further requirements are there we will get in touch with you for the same. Once we get all required details, we will start working on the request and send it to you for review in a time frame of 3-4 working days.

    2 Working Days:

    In case you would like to make any changes in the agreement, then our lawyers will work with them. Two rounds of iterations are included in the original piece.

    Advantages of Legal Notice


    A disclaimer is generally used in the situations when there is any involvement of any uncertain element; it helps in such cases.

    Reduces Risk

    Disclaimers and Legal Documents save the rights of both the parties. Such as the one between the manufacturer and the consumer.

    Limits Liability

    A well drafted legal document clearly outlines the rights and liabilities for both of the parties. So, in such cases Legal Notices are required.

    FAQs on Legal Notice

    Why should I have a disclaimer?

    Disclaimers when well drafted, provides documentation of each party's expectations and rights. A written legal document also helps in defining all terms and conditions clearly. If you are having a contract in written, it will be a proof of what was agreed to and could help preventing misunderstandings.

    What is a notary public?

    A notary public is a state-appointed official who is authorized to attest positive legal documents such as acknowledgment, deeds, mortgages and other legal contracts. Signing in front of a notary public is a far better option of evidence that the contract was signed by that person.